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System-Wide Program on Collective Action and Property Rights (CAPRi) Visit CAPRi Website


Gender and Assets

The principal goal of this program is to contribute to poverty reduction through policies and interventions that strengthen women’s control over critical assets by:    identifying the social, economic and institutional factors that facilitate or…


Genetic Resource Policies for the Poor

Fundamental changes are occurring today in the way farmers, plant breeders, molecular biologists, and genebank managers use genetic resources. IFPRI’s research on genetic resource policies focuses on understanding these changes and on developing…


Global Food and Natural Resources

IFPRI ’s research on global change seeks to identify and evaluate policy and investment options that can help global change benefit poor people. Global change includes both natural and human-induced change such as climate change, globalization, and…

Impact Model Maps


The International Model for Policy Analysis of Agricultural Commodities and Trade (IMPACT) was developed in the early 1990s to consider the long term challenges facing policymakers in reducing hunger, and poverty in a sustainable fashion. The IMPACT…


Program for Biosafety Systems

Smallholder farmers in 18 countries successfully grow crops developed through modern biotechnology. Visit PBS Website


Strengthening Property Rights and Assets

Property rights are essential for ensuring that natural resource assets, including land, water, and minerals, are used and maintained properly. Such rights can be designed and enforced formally by governments and courts as well as informally by…

Water resource allocation

Water Resource Allocation

Clean freshwater is essential to sustain life, enable development, and support a healthy environment. Due to population and...